ATrack - AU7

The ATrack AU7 is a highly advanced GPS/GLONASS vehicle tracking device that utilizes CDMA/UMTS/HSPA mobile communication technology. It offers a range of features and options that make it ideal for both basic and advanced tracking needs. With its custom reporting mechanism, users have the flexibility to tailor the device to their specific requirements. This not only ensures accurate and relevant data but also helps to optimize communication costs.

One of the standout features of the AU7 is its compatibility with external accessories such as RS-232, CAN Bus interpreter, and 1-Wire®. This allows for greater versatility and the ability to meet a wide range of project needs. Additionally, the device offers AES-128 data encryption, ensuring the security and privacy of the transmitted data.

The AU7 supports various wireless network options and enables data communication through SMS, USSD, TCP, and UDP. It also features a built-in 3-axis G-sensor, GPS antenna tamper detection, and vehicle speed sensor (VSS) support. With configurable real-time tracking and logging, users can easily monitor the whereabouts of their vehicles in real-time. The device also supports up to 64 user-defined geo-fences in circular, rectangular, and polygonal shapes, allowing for precise and customizable tracking zones.

Other notable features of the AU7 include FOTA firmware upgrade using FTP, roaming preference settings, harsh driving behavior event detection, configurable power management, and support for 2-way voice communication and wire-tap. It also supports 1-Wire® Dallas Key for driver identification, 1-Wire® temperature sensor, and Garmin® FMI 2.0 and above. With its intelligent event control engine, the AU7 provides a comprehensive and reliable tracking solution for various applications.

This information only is for informational purposes only, Plaspy does not have relationship with the device's manufacturer, for more information check the manufacturer's website or user manual.

Set Up AU7


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  1. Set ACC event
  2. Set time interval to 60 seconds
  3. Set to binary mode
  4. Set the GPRS server
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